England v Argentina direct from Wembley Stadium
Introduced by Jim Rosenthal
Ron Greenwood 's squad continue their build-up for the European Championship finals in Italy next month by taking on the World Cup holders, ARGENTINA.
ENGLAND have lost only once in seven matches with the South Americans - in Rio de Janeiro back in 1964. Alf Ramsey's team gained revenge in the World Cup two years later, while the two meetings since have been incident-packed draws.
Exclusive live commentary on the match, plus expert analysis. A Radio Sport and OB production
Peter Brookes ' View: p 82
Presented by Larry Adler 5: Wild and Crazy Guys
'You could switch your nose with your belly-button, but your dress would fly up every time you sneezed.' (GALLAGHER) Ever since the Pilgrim Fathers, every American has had the right to be a little odd....
I I say to anybody that's insane, never be ashamed of it. Especially if you're making a living at it.'
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